Seems like a mix. Sometimes I get an ad on every video, then refresh the page and get none.
Great breakdown, thanks! Our LBs have been a lot of fun to watch this year. (Most of the time, ha!)
Question though..is there a way to prevent having to watch the same 30 second ad before each video?
So now instead of seeing Metallica for maybe $50-60, I have to pay like $200 to watch maybe 2 or 3 bands I like and 15 I don't.
Don't mind me, I complain about ROTR swallowing up good tours every year. :) I love hard rock/metal but this just isn't my thing I guess.
I would think Connor would be competing to start next year. Any info on why he might be considering a transfer?
If he plays, he's going to be a hurtin' buckeroo after the Rushmen get through with him.
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Kirkman has said on multiple occasions that the most beloved characters get the most brutal deaths. Glenn was about as beloved as they come, so this was pretty expected.
That said, I can certainly see how it would be too graphic for a lot of people. Agree that they could have toned it down, but I personally didn't have a problem with it either way.
5 minutes from my house. So much for my diet...
Same prediction as OP, except Cubs over Indians. So long, stupid curse!
Big Game Bob was probably planning on lining up in a 3-4 D, giving them a "schematic advantage"...but then Urban dropped that story about the last time they did that in his presser today to let him know they'd be ready for it. Now it's back to the drawing board.
I go to Philly every few months and have tried quite a few cheesesteaks. My favorite is Jim's, and Dalessandro's is a close second. Went to both Geno's and Pat's and both were bad. I mean bad. Geno's was gristly and gross. Pat's was slightly better.
Also one of my favorite spots in the city is the Japanese House. The house is really neat and the garden is beautiful. And of course there is a pond full of koi that you can feed.
I'm sure Clark cares much more about the competition on the field.
Had a similar situation recently - somebody who lived near our neighborhood had a couple of aggressive german shepherds that kept escaping their fence and roaming our neighborhood. They actually attacked a few dogs in our neighborhood as well. Owner refused to fix the fence and refused to pretty much do anything to stop them from coming in to our neighborhood. Police and dog warden were called repeatedly but I'll tell you - they won't do a damn thing other than talk to the owner unless you have proof. When you see them in your yard, get pics and video. A dog owner in our neighborhood got a video of them attacking another dog, and they haven't been in our neighborhood since. But nothing was done about it until that happened.
No no no...he's attempting to take JT down with a spinning heel kick. Regular ol' tackling is too boring for an athlete as electric as Peppers.
Great assessment, spot on and pretty much sums up my feelings towards the game as well.
Also, personally I was pretty offended when I lived in AZ and tried to attend the game and the cheapest tickets were still astronomically expensive. I attended plenty of DBacks games (mostly to see other teams/players I liked, but still) but when they got the ASG they made it pretty inaccessible to everyday fans.
I don't watch and will continue to not watch. And I'm even a Cubs fan.
I go every year and usually bring at least one of my kids. It's always a blast. There are usually at least a few recruits that put on a show, there are Buckeye legends present, and you get to hang out in the 'Shoe for free. Definitely go!
I needed a laugh today, thank you good sir.
Didn't Urban offer Peter Hayes-Patrick while he was in 8th grade? See, it's Nicky Satan who is just catching up with the times!
Last time I was there we drove out to Aspen one day and went to Woody Creek. I was a big fan of Hunter S. Thompson so we went to eat (and drink) at the Woody Creek Tavern, and also went to the store next door and met his wife. I'd recommend making that trip if you have time. Aspen is a pretty cool little town.
And hopefully I'll add Jake Arrieta to the list after a couple more great seasons.
Also a side note - Kenny Powers could have been one of the best ever, if he had just put forth the effort and stayed out of trouble. Sad story, really.
I thought Jones has a 6 month injury suspension? This is shaping up to be a pretty good card.
And because I'm a Cubs fan, and he was a darn good hitter...Mark Grace.
No way Cerrano belongs on that list. Dude couldn't hit a curve ball!